Missing Crown of Warri Kingdom: Why court ordered return of case file to Administrative Magistrate - Aginejuone

Comrade Oritseweyinmi Emmanuel Agbenekuya Aginejuone, who described himself as one of prime witnesses to case of the alleged missing crown


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Missing Crown of Warri Kingdom: Why court ordered return of case file to Administrative Magistrate - Aginejuone


Comrade Oritseweyinmi Emmanuel Agbenekuya Aginejuone, who described himself as one of prime witnesses to case of the alleged missing crown of Warri Kingdom, says the Magistrate Court 2, Warri, Delta State, presided over by His Worship, Ejiro H. Diejomaoh (Mrs.) today, Monday September 12, ordered the case file to be returned to the Administrative Magistrate for reassignment to another Magistrate, “due to recurrent personal issues that have emerged in the course of the proceedings”.

 

Comrade Aginejuone, who spoke exclusively to Fresh Angle International on telephone after leaving the court premises, stated: “The court drew the attention of the Prosecution Counsel to the reply it did to a Petition done by the Defence seeking the withdrawal of Fiat. The Court asked why it was copied on the said reply; to this, the Prosecution responded that it was due to the fact that the court was equally copied in the initial Petition by the Defence, hence the Prosecution deemed it fit to pass through same route”.

 

He added: “At this stage, the Court informed parties that due to recurrent personal issues that have emerged in the course of the proceedings, it was minded to recuse itself in the interest of justice.

 

“Accordingly, the court ordered the case file to be returned to the Administrative Magistrate for reassignment to another Magistrate. Both parties thanked the Court for the decision”.

 

Aginejuone, explained that Jolone Ikomi, Esq., with him, FJ Atie, T.G Omadeli, appeared for the Prosecution, on the basis of the Fiat of the Honourable Attorney General of Delta State and Chief V.E Otomewo, alongside Chief E. Uti, E.S.O. Ogholaja, (Mrs.) and E.E Otomewo (Miss) appeared for the Defendant, Chief Ayirimi Emami.


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